ESL in Hungary
“In communities all across the world, the number of people who want and need to learn to speak English is increasing rapidly. East, west, north and south – people who need and want to learn to speak English are our neighbors” (Moore, 2005).
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Thank you for re sharing!
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You’re welcome! I am always happy to share content from other teachers! It’s neat to see what other teachers do and what we can learn from each other!
That’s a great point and I agree! I will be sure to follow your musings. Enjoy today!
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